5. Linx 12X64 Windows 10 tablet
If you’re looking for affordability and performance in one tablet, then this is one of the best Windows 10 tablets for $300 you can buy.
It perfectly fits the bill for affordability, but it is also built with durable plastic material, and a quality screen, so it is a durable and inexpensive all-in-one device.
Other specs include 12.5-inch display, Intel Atom x5-Z8350 / 1.44 GHz (1.92 GHz Turbo) Quad-Core Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a detachable keyboard.
Enjoy the ease of use, excellent screen resolution, high productivity, large storage, lightning-fast response, durability, portability, expandability, and full-sized USB and micro USB ports.
You can also connect it to your home network via Bluetooth, and do tasks like printing or sharing with ease. Its HDMI port also expands usability with other devices.
The other good thing about it is the detachable keyboard which you can put on two configurations: regular – to work as a small notebook, or reversed to create a ‘tent’ so you can view the screen or use it as a tablet stand.
6. Nextbook Flexx
This sleek and powerful tablet is an all-in-one compact electronic powerhouse.
Its features include an 8.9-inch touchscreen with high resolution of 1280×800, IPS screen, Intel Atom Quad-core, 32GB onboard storage with micro SD card slot for expansion to 64GB, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, front-facing camera and back camera, micro HDMI, detachable keyboard with one stand, USB 2.0 port, a built-in microphone and charging indicator light.
You can carry it anywhere with you as it is lightweight and portable, and it comes with Windows 10 operating system – everything you need on the go, or in the comfort of your home, for less.
Some tasks you can fulfill with this tablet include video chatting, capturing precious memories with the webcam and back camera, and play immersive games without boundaries, or constraints.
7. Nuvision Windows 10 tablet
Like other Nuvision products, this tablet doesn’t disappoint.
Its features include a 10inch IPS screen with HD quality and a pixel resolution of 1280×800 for sharp, bright display, Intel Atom Cherry Trail processor, Windows 10 operating system, a sleek aluminum back that is magnetically attached to a removable keyboard and folds in to serve as a cover.
It is fully equipped with 2GB DDR RAM, 32GB storage that is expandable to 64GB with a micro SD expansion card, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a micro USB and dual cameras.
Some of the applications that come with this tablet include OneNote, Mail, Groove Music, Movies & TV, camera, alarms, Skype, Office, Calendar, Maps, games, money and People.
FAQ: Learn more about Windows 10 tablets
- How can I use my tablet as a monitor?
You can use your Windows 10 tablet as a second monitor by using the iDisplay software. To do this, you need to download and install iDisplay on both your devices and then pair the tablet to your computer. You may need to add iDisplay as an exception in Windows Firewall.
- Can tablets run Excel?
You can run Excel on your Windows 10 tablet just as you would on your PC. Of course, the only disadvantage is that tablets feature a much smaller screen which may cause eye strain during long intense usage sessions.
- How many GB do I need on my tablet?
If you’re looking to make your tablet a long term investment, you should purchase one equipped with at least 8GB of RAM. This configuration should give your tablet enough processing power to run all the programs you need smoothly.
- Can you print from a tablet?
You can use your Windows 10 tablet to print documents without installing any third party tools. Pair your printer to your tablet just like you would pair it to your PC, and then simply click on the Print icon, and configure the printing settings if necessary.
So what’s your favorite among these best Windows 10 tablets for $300 or less? Let us know in the comments section below.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2017 and has been updated on February 2020 for freshness, and accuracy.